Its about to be much harder to get away with real estate crimes in the state of New York, thanks to a series of new task forces that are being charged with combatting tenant harassment, deceptive lending practices, deed theft, bank fraud, and other housing issues in the state.
According to the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, the state is making these moves to strengthen legal enforcement efforts and to enhance and streamline the states resources to investigate real estate crimes.
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